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2.14.2014

Hawaiian Sweet Rolls

Light and fluffy sweet rolls with a hint of pineapple and coconut. Perfect paired with BBQ or enjoyed warm with butter.


The following blog post contains sponsored content.  A huge thank you to my friends at Red Star Yeast. Without the support of brands like theirs, we bloggers would not be able to take the time to create recipes for you all!

My family has had a run in with the flu and pink eye the last couple of weeks. There have been a lot of sleepless nights for the husband and I. How does one sleep when your kids are horribly sick? I am so paranoid that their fevers will rise during the night or that they will have a horrible coughing fit that I wont hear. So my blog has taken a back burner these days.

Luckily I did break away from playing nurse one day this week to bake these Hawaiian Sweet Rolls. I have made three batches of these over the last month tweaking the recipe just slightly each time. I think I have finally settled on the perfect roll to accompany pulled pork or any other BBQ for that matter.


There is something about yeast breads that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. There  is truly nothing more comforting than a cozy afternoon at home, with the scent of fresh bread baking. It was exactly what I needed this week.

I am posting over on Red Star Yeast's website today, so be sure to grab my recipe there! Also check out some great yeast baking steps, while you are at it. Red Star's website is full of great tips and recipes. Yeast baking can be tricky, so they are my go to for info. You can also check them out on  Facebook and Pinterest .


Click HERE for my Hawaiian Sweet Roll recipe.

(Disclaimer: I was compensated by Red Star Yeast to write this post. However all opinions are 100% my own. )

29 comments:

  1. Looks delicious, though just a heads up when I click the link for the recipe it says the page does not exist!

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    1. Hi, Thank you for your compliment. I contacted Red Star to see what happened to the link. It was working fine earlier this morning.

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  2. Same deal, recipe link does not work.....

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    1. Hi, I am working on figuring out what happened. The links were working earlier. Stay tuned.... ;)

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  3. The page doesn't exist! :-(

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    1. Hi, It did this morning. Something happened in the last few minutes :/ Will work on getting it fixed. Stay tuned !

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  4. Momma used to get in bed with us when we were super sick, since she is a deep-sleeper. That way, she could be sure and hear us. I, on the other hand, have never slept, so it wasn't an issue for me. Hope things are on the mend in your household. Pink eye is awful. :)

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    1. We do the same thing, My husband slept on the floor of the boys room, and I had one kid in our bed with me to keep an ear on them. Even having them close, I could not sleep. Pink eye is the worst! My oldest son was more miserable with that than the 104 fever he had with the flu.

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  5. YES to Hawaiian rolls. They are my favorite for little sammies, and now I can bake my own. The packaged stuff better watch out :)

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    1. Seriously they are the best for sandwich making!

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  6. Ficou lindo.
    Bjs, Susana
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  7. I've never even been tempted to make my own rolls... until now! These look AMAZING Carrie!

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    1. Get on the roll making train. So worth it!

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  8. Yummy - I've been waiting for this recipe after your Facebook teaser. These are so pretty, they look almost too good to eat...almost! Yay for a new recipe! I've been waiting :)

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    1. Thanks Jess!! I'm glad I finally posted something... I have been MIA in the blog world these days.

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  9. Hawaiian sweet rolls are the best! I hope your family fully recovers soon!

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  10. Sorry everyone's been sick and I hope you're all fighting fit very soon. I haven't had Hawaiian rolls since I was in the states. I'm off to get the recipe now!

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    1. Thanks Maureen! I hope you enjoy them.

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  11. I love hawaiian sweet rolls but have never made them at home before! These look so good ... I kinda wish I had one for breakfast right now : ) haha Hope that your family kicks the sick bugs soon!

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    1. I am making them right now! Wish you were here for breakfast ;)

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  12. These look delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  13. Ugh, I hope everyone in your family is recovering, Carrie (although I saw a pic the other day of your son at the hospital. Poor babies!). My husband and I were bedridden for almost all of January with the worst flu ever. Being sick is the worst! This bread looks incredible and it sounds delicious (pineapple and coconut?! It's like a pina colada in bread form!).

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  14. Looks grrrrrreat as tony tiger says

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  15. They look so tempting......I will try the recipe soon....Thanx for sharing....do visit my space too....you might like something there......http://anjalisfoodkaleidoscope.blogspot.in/

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  16. These look AMAZING! I have them in the works for tonight and even the dough smells great rising. I'm so excited to eat them! And I like the dark background of the pictures... you rock!

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  17. Great recipe! I alwaysenjoy the hawaiian rolls you buy at the store, and I'm sure these are a million times better!

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